Month 11: Kids and Autism Spectrum Disorder

kids and autism spectrum disorder

What you will learn:

  • Implement a ‘whole child’ approach to caring for your child
  • Work with dietary challenges
  • Follow a GFCF Diet 
  • Remove food triggers 
  • Work with sensory processing challenges
  • Support your child’s gut health

about autism spectrum disorder

Autism rates are increasing, with an increase of 42% between 2012 and 2015. Autism is considered to be a spectrum disorder because some individuals may have autism with significant cognitive limitations, while others are only moderately affected by autism. Kids with autism spectrum disorders often struggle socially and with attention and learning. It's also typical for some children to experience other health issues, including food allergies, sensitivities or intolerance, sensory issues, and gut problems. 

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